It would appear that Thomas Davis, editor of The Nation newspaper may have got it right after all, when in the 1840s he stated “Where Tipperary leads, Ireland follows.”
The Revenue Commissioners who began sending out, this month, notices to the owners of Tipperary’s housing stock, including flats and apartments, have stated that every property [...]
The Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed that Laboratory Services, currently undertaken at Nenagh Hospital in Co Tipperary, will close in July 2013 and move to Dooradoyle, Limerick.
Currently a seven-day backlog exists in blood testing in Limerick and the HSE have now requested that about 12 staff, currently working in Nenagh, together with all [...]
Tipperary farmers state that they are strongly opposed to any proposals by the National Roads Authority (NRA) to ban the selling of farm produce at the roadside.
These, mostly seasonal, trading stands sell mostly fresh strawberries, apples, jams and new potatoes.
In their latest road strategy, the RSA propose introducing new legislation to totally [...]
Gaybo comes to The Source
Gay Byrne, affectionately known as Uncle Gay, Gaybo or Uncle Gaybo is without any doubt one of the most loved television and radio personalities ever to take to the airwaves in Irish history. His most notable broadcasting role was as the first host of “The Late Late Show,” over [...]
The Government’s fourth Road Safety Strategy was launched today at the Road Transport Safety Conference on Serious Injuries.
The strategy entitled, ‘Closing the Gap‘ will run until 2020 with its targeted aim to make Ireland one of the safest countries in terms of road deaths in the EU. This strategy will also focus on new [...]